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Working overtime is sometimes necessary to handle emergencies, heavy workloads, or other issues. However, frequent and excessive overtime is not good for employees’ health and performance.
As a result, we will record overtime hours accurately and consistently, advise employees to work overtime only if they must complete urgent work, have all the necessary provisions, take measures to reduce overtime if we observe a decline in work quality, and set a daily/weekly cap for overtime.
However, we will never ask employees to work more than the maximum number of hours per day/week permitted by law or discriminate when choosing who must work overtime and how they will be compensated for it.
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